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James Cook Hotel Grand Chancellor Partners with ‘Grease’

James Cook Hotel Grand Chancellor Partners with ‘Grease’

It’s got groove, it’s got meaning, and it’s coming to Wellington! The James Cook Hotel Grand Chancellor is thrilled to announce our new partnership with the Dominion Post Season of ‘Grease’.

The Wellington Musical Theatre will perform this smash hit musical at the Wellington Opera House from the 16th – 26th July this year.

So get ready to dust off your leather jackets, slick back your hair, and join in the fun as the Wellington Opera House is turned into Rydell High School in a stage show that is truly ELECTRIFYING!

As the official accommodation partner, James Cook Hotel Grand Chancellor is celebrating the hit musical’s arrival with special “Grease” packages for those wishing to make this show a special occasion. Save over 20% when you book and stay with us for the Grease Musical.

The “Summer Nights” Package From $279 (save 25%)

- 2 x A Reserve Tickets

- Buffet Breakfast in Whitby’s for 2

- Valet Parking

- Overnight Accommodation

The “ELECTRIFYING” Package

From $349 (save 25%)

- 2 x A Reserve Tickets

- Buffet Breakfast in Whitby’s for 2

- Earlybird Buffet Dinner 5:30-7pm for 2

- Valet Parking

- Overnight accommodation

“Grease is the word” Ticket Holder Special

From $159 (save over 20%)

Show your tickets on arrival and receive:

- $30 Food & Beverage Credit

- Valet Parking

- Overnight accommodation

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